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List of World of Springfield figures and playsets

List of World of Springfield figures and playsets is a compilation of action figures and other items related to the animated sitcom The Simpsons and provided in the World of Springfield play toy line released by Playmates Toys in December 1999. After the last of the toy line was released in December 2004, the fictional toy world eventually encompassed over 200 different figures and characters from the series, 40 interactive playsets (toy re-creations of Simpson's interior settings and town location settings within Springfield), and three non-interactive diorama town settings.

List of figures and playsets

Wave one

Release date: January 2000

Wave one playsets

Release date: February 2000

Wave two

Release date: August 2000

Wave two playsets

Release date: August 2000

Wave three

Release date: January 2001

  • Sunday Best Homer — With Bible, radio and foam hand
  • Nelson Muntz - With baseball bat, spray can, water balloon and paper airplane
  • Moe Szyslak - With rag, beer mug and phone
  • Kamp Krusty Bart - With bow and arrow, slingshot, quiver with arrows and can of "Imitation Gruel"
  • Milhouse Van Houten - With ice cream cone, Squishy, removable glasses and walkie talkie
  • Otto Mann - With guitar and headphones

Wave three playsets

Release date: January 2001

  • Town Hall with Mayor Quimby - With Mayor sash, briefcase of money and "Vote Quimby" sign
  • Krustylu Studios with Sideshow Bob - With knife, axe, bomb, stage light, "Die Bart" license plate, and movie camera.

Wave four

Release date: April 2001

  • Lenny Leonard - With plate of donuts, beer mug and bowling bag
  • Ralph Wiggum - With stack of books, toy rocket, keys on a chain and Radioactive Man comic
  • Patty Bouvier - With video, clipboard and picture of Principal Skinner
  • Groundskeeper Willie - With shovel and rake
  • Casual Homer — With remote control, Duff beer, removable sunglasses and "Salty Snax"
  • Itchy & Scratchy - With mallet and axe

Wave four playsets

Release date: April 2001

Wave five

Release date: July 2001

Note: This is the only series to not release a playset.

Wave six

Release date: September 2001

Wave six playsets

Release date: September 2001

Wave seven

Release date: December 2001

Wave seven playsets

Release date: December 2001

  • The Simpsons Kitchen with Muumuu Homer - With hat, can of "Much Ado about Stuffing" and weigh scale
  • Krusty Burger with Pimply Faced Teen — With tray, burger box, french fries and cup

Wave eight

Release date: March 2002

Wave eight playsets

Release date: March 2002

Wave nine

Release date: June 2002

Wave nine playsets

Release date: June 2002

Wave ten

Release date: October 2002

  • Stonecutter Homer - With Stonecutter book, framed certificate, removable hat and beer stein
  • Wendell Borton — With banana, apple, orange, stack of books and barf bag
  • Sunday Best Marge and Maggie — With purse, removable hats and Bible
  • Scout Leader Flanders — With scout knife, book on knife safety, removable scout's hat and glasses, half a pine cone and flare gun
  • Dr. Marvin Monroe — With foam bat, cash, clipboard, diploma and removable glasses
  • Resort Smithers — With phone, removable glasses, bag of pineapples and suitcase

Wave ten playsets

Release date: October 2002

  • Burns Manor with Pajamas Burns — With snow globe, red chair, grate and Bobo
  • Hospital with Dr. Nick Riviera — With Buzz Cola can, open pizza box, table, rack of 4 test tubes, jar of cotton and 3 medical tools

Wave eleven

Release date: December 2002

Wave eleven playset

Release date: December 2002

  • Court Room with Judge Snyder - With American flag, gavel, law book and guilty verdict

Note: From Wave 11 to 16, only one playset was released, unlike the first ten series.

Wave twelve

Release date: April 2003

  • Number One - With beer stein, Stonecutter book and paddle
  • Database — With lunch tray, stack of books, removable glasses and a small horn
  • Mr. Largo — With metronome, music stand, baton, chalk holder and sheet music
  • Don Vittorio — With clown bicycle, seltzer bottle, folded wad of money and handgun
  • Luann Van Houten — With moving boxes, tape dispenser, removable glasses and can of lighter fluid
  • Mr. Plow Homer - With removable hat, key to the city, "Stock for V.P." T-shirt and stack of Mr. Plow flyers

Wave twelve playset

Release date: April 2003

  • Bart's Treehouse with Military Bart - With removable helmet and sunglasses, pile of water balloons, binoculars, baton and desk

Wave thirteen

Release date: July 2003

Wave thirteen playset

Release date: July 2003

  • Military Antique Store with Herman Hermann — With a dirigible, warhead, two swords, rope barrier, riding crop and rifle

Wave fourteen

Release date October 2003

  • Louie — With rifle, martini glass, carton of rat milk and briefcase of money
  • Kilted Willie — With Loch Ness Monster doll, bagpipes, hat and tripod
  • Ms. Botz - With suitcase, "Happy Little Elves" video, rope and tape
  • Luigi Risotto — With open pizza box, bottle of wine and restaurant sign
  • Sarcastic Man — With "World's Greatest Jacket", nightvision goggles and the "ultimate" belt[1]
  • Miss Hoover — With coffee mug, removable glasses, "Teacher's Edition" book, bag of standardized tests and "Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!" sign

Wave fourteen playset

Release date: October 2003

  • Aztec Theater with McBain — With two handguns and a hand grenade

Wave fifteen

Release date: January 2004

Wave fifteen playset

Release date: January 2004

Wave sixteen

Release date: June 2004

Wave sixteen playset

Release date: September 2004

Toyfare exclusives

Release date: October 2000

  • Radioactive Glow-In-The-Dark Homer — With removable hood, glow in the dark plate of donuts and tongs[1]

Release date: July 2001

Release date: October 2001

Release date: December 2001

Release date: December 2001

Toys-R-Us exclusives

Release date: September 2000

Release date: September 2001

Release date: August 2002

Release date: September 2003

Release date: August 2002

Release date: October 2003

Release date: November 2001

Release date: September 2002

  • Main Street with Crazy Old Man and Squeaky Voiced Teen — With removable hat and cane

Release date: April 2002

Release date: November 2002

  • New Years Town Square with New Year Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, and Maggie — With large noise maker, small noise maker, martini glass, party hooter, Flagpole, 2003 flag, horn and star

Release date: September 2003

  • The Be Sharps Centennial with Dr. Dolittle Wiggum — With microphone

EB Games exclusives

Release date: September 2001

Release date: October 2002

Release date: October 2003

  • The Next Century with Future Burns, Future Smithers, Bobo Smitherz — With ragged Bobo and two removable Smithers's glasses

Release date: April 2002

Release date: January 2003

Mail away

Release date: Late 2002

Release date: Early 2003

Release date: May 2003

Release date: Late 2003

Release date: Late 2003

Release date: Early 2004

Release date: October 2002

Release date: October 2002

  • Cooder (Voiced by Jim Varney) - With tackle box, money bundles, rings for the ring toss and oversized comb

Celebrity Voices wave one

Release date: February 2002

Celebrity Voices wave two

Release date: June 2002

  • Lionel Hutz (Voiced by Phil Hartman) - With diploma, briefcase, monkey statue and business card
  • Brad Goodman (Voiced by Albert Brooks) - With cup, book, can, seminar sign and video tape

Celebrity Voices wave three

Release date: October 2002

  • Hank Scorpio (Voiced by Albert Brooks) - With a grenade, walkie-talkie and flame-thrower

This item was available as part of Wave Ten

Dioramas

Release date: July 2003

  • Outside Simpsons House with Homer, Marge, and Maggie Simpson
  • Outside Kwik-E-Mart with Grampa Simpson & Apu
  • Outside Krustylu Studios with Krusty The Clown & Milhouse

Re-releases

Release date: April 2003

  • Moe Szyslak
  • Charles Montgomery Burns

References

  1. ^ a b c d Taylor, Dan (November 12, 2004). "Simpsons fans line up for collectibles devoted to America's favorite nuclear family". Burlington County Times. p. 14. Archived from the original on June 11, 2014. Retrieved November 11, 2012. |section= ignored (help)
  2. ^ a b c Szadkowski, Joseph (May 2, 2002). "Hot new adventure of James Bond has license to thrill". Washington Times. p. B04. Retrieved November 11, 2012. |section= ignored (help)

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